2010 Halloween Makeup and Costume Ideas
Retire your usual (yawn-worthy) cat or witch looks for one of these new Halloween makeup and costume ideas
Get her look: Jennings says the hair is crucial to get this look. Buy a white-blonde wig with curls in it or just curl it yourself. For your makeup, you want to achieve that mature look, so instead of hiding wrinkles, you'll want to emphasize them. A trick that Jennings uses to age people is to shine a flashlight under your face, which will show all the imperfections and etches in your skin. Then, periodically scrunch areas of your face and stipple (with a sponge) foundation over the lines, so that the foundation sticks in the grooves. To deepen your faux wrinkles, go over the lines with a coffee-colored pencil and a white pencil. If you have pointy arches, use an eyebrow pencil to round them out like upside down smiles.
The rest of your makeup should be minimal. For your lips, use a coral pink lipstick like Estee Lauder Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Nectarine, $22 to match a coral pink suit. Any boxy suit with a matching skirt that was once popular in the '80s would work for your outfit. Then throw on a pearl necklace and earrings to complete your ladylike Betty White look.
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